Posted Jun 6, 2004 @ 8:33 AM
Posted Jun 6, 2004 @ 9:00 AM
Posted Jun 6, 2004 @ 12:52 PM
I love that one.
I think my favorite episode was the one where they're trying to annoy Beethoven and he shrieks "I am a Pianist" and Yakko says "Goodnight everyone"... hilarious.
Posted Jun 6, 2004 @ 1:24 PM
Posted Jun 6, 2004 @ 5:34 PM
Mr. Skullhead, though...that was love.
Posted Jun 6, 2004 @ 6:25 PM
Posted Jun 6, 2004 @ 9:22 PM
Hands down, my favorite episode was the parody of Apocolypse Now/Heart of Darkness, complete with fake songs in the style of The Doors. "This is the beginning.... the beginning of the story... the beginning.... the beginning..." "This is the middle... the middle of the story..." At the end, it turns out the reclusive person they're searching for is the Jerry Lewis-type guy, doing his finest Captain Kurtz impression. At the time this ep aired, I was knee-deep in AP English and had just finished watching "Apocolypse Now." The Anamaniacs version is a lot funnier, IMHO, and really follows the movie.
Posted Jun 6, 2004 @ 11:50 PM
"Bag of sugar!"
And Bernadette as Rita Cat? Wozza, I loved hearing her sing!
Edited by Schroeder, Jun 6, 2004 @ 11:59 PM.
Posted Jun 7, 2004 @ 2:02 AM
I loved that episode; the "Who's on first" variation totally surprised me when I first saw it.
I think my all time favorite episode was a Slappy one, even though I wasn’t normally a big fan of her segments. Basically the two squirrels were at Woodstock, and they did Abbot and Costello’s who’s on first routine, but it in the form of the name of the band on the stage. The band on the stage was The Who, of course when it first came out I didn’t realize that The Who, and The Band were names of actually bands.
"What's the name of the group on stage?"
"The group on stage."
"I'm asking you! Who's on stage?"
"The group is 'Yes'?"
"No; Yes isn't scheduled to be here."
"So who's on stage?"
"Now look . . . look at the stage. Do you see the band on stage?"
"What do you mean, 'no'?! They're right there!"
"No, they're not. The Band doesn't play until later."
"So who's on stage?"
Ah, good times.
I also loved the episode in which Slappy's basset-hound-nemesis named "Stinkbomb" (maybe?) is trying to keep her from taking acorns from his yard; and Stinkbomb's puppy nephew keeps asking him, "Can I sniff you now, Uncle Stinkbomb?"
. . . Yeah, I guess you just had to see it.
Edited by Sideshow Al, Jun 7, 2004 @ 10:49 AM.
Posted Jun 7, 2004 @ 1:54 PM
Wasn't there an french episode? And Ben Stein as that guy who could spend a whole day telling a story which was usually about Bob Barker.
Posted Jun 7, 2004 @ 2:48 PM
And Ben Stein as that guy who could spend a whole day telling a story which was usually about Bob Barker.
Pip Pumphandle. I loved how he just kept rambling. Didn't he mention cheese doodles?
Posted Jun 7, 2004 @ 2:49 PM
NEWT: Okay, Newt, don't get upset. I'm not! Good, you will get the little mink. I know I will, I'm a professionally trained hunting dog! Yes, you are.
Posted Jun 7, 2004 @ 4:23 PM
Posted Jun 7, 2004 @ 4:59 PM
Posted Jun 8, 2004 @ 6:51 AM
Posted Jun 8, 2004 @ 11:34 AM
The Les Mis parody is one of the best!
Posted Jun 8, 2004 @ 3:22 PM
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Posted Jun 13, 2004 @ 5:58 PM
Edited by kimbosita, Jun 13, 2004 @ 5:59 PM.
Posted Jun 13, 2004 @ 7:33 PM
SCRATCHANSNIFF: Who's there?
SCRATCHANSNIFF: Max who?
WAKKO: Max wants to come in and go crazy!
SCRATCHANSNIFF: Okay, see, that's not really a joke, because it makes no sense.
WAKKO: It does if you know Max.
SCRATCHANSNIFF: But I don't know Max!
WAKKO: If you did, you'd be laughing...!
Posted Jun 13, 2004 @ 10:05 PM
Pinky and the Brain was classic. I also liked Rita and Runt sometimes.
The Warner kids were great. I really do miss this show.
Posted Jun 13, 2004 @ 11:33 PM
Posted Jun 13, 2004 @ 11:59 PM
God, that was classic!!!
Hee. I remember her transforming into "Bumbi's mom" to show him that she wasn't dead, and he kept crying.
Posted Jun 14, 2004 @ 10:51 AM
Posted Jun 14, 2004 @ 11:13 AM
Wheel of Morality
"Oh no, not the Wheel of Morality!"
for some reason, I have the "Mary Tyler Dot" song stuck in my head today....
Who can turn the stove on with her smile?
Who can take a bubble bath and suddenly fill it with crocodiles?
'Cause it's you, Dot, and you should know it
Put nitro on a bridge; go ahead and blow it.
Mud is all around; I guess it's spring
Name another crooner, other than Bing
Don't throw your hat up in the air
'Cause what might land is a Frigidaire.
Posted Jun 18, 2004 @ 3:12 PM
"What's that on your smock?"
"PP" (referring to the monogram)
Dot (from across the room) "Ewwww, that's disgusting!"
Posted Jun 18, 2004 @ 3:40 PM
This still bothers me: it's the episode where the Devil says he owns Wakko's soul, so he takes him to hell, but of course Yakko and Dot accompany him. They did this bit where Yakko was standing in profile and then Dot is standing the back and it's black and white. And they say something in deadpan voices. What movie were they copying? Looking back in the thread, I saw someone mention it was a Bergman reference.
Oh, I just remembered my favorite moment. When they visit the Dalai Llama and their ultimate question? "Why do hot dogs come in packages of 10 and hot dog buns come in packages of 8?" Llama: "I .... I .... do not know!?!" (thus driving him crazy)
Edited by ParasiteTwin, Jun 18, 2004 @ 3:47 PM.
Posted Jun 18, 2004 @ 3:49 PM
Posted Jun 18, 2004 @ 7:25 PM
"Llama, llama, llama, llama..."
Edited by kimbosita, Jun 18, 2004 @ 7:26 PM.